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Publicēts: 13.12.2002.
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It is also the Prime Ministers decision as to when Parliament dissolves, and the next general election is called. Currently, if the current head of state has not decided to dissolve parliament within a 5 year time period, there is a "fail - safe" in which a general election is called anyway. The interesting point to make here is that the Prime Minister actually has the power to pass a bill that states that there will be
no general election, and Parliament will not be dissolved until the Prime Minister calls for it,
or something to that effect, the underlying point here simply being that the Prime Minister could actually stay in power indefinitely.
So, it can be said, that power is shared all through the civil service, and various quangos, institutions and organizations, ministers and the like, yet ultimately, no matter what the issue (in most cases), it is in fact the Prime Minister that has ultimate power.
The people of Great Britain, as probably is true for most of the world, enjoy freedom & liberty, yet like decisions to be made for them, to make each individuals life simpler. For this reason, the electorate is actually consenting for all power to be handed to the government, especially so by giving the Government a mandate after electing them into power.

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